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experts disagree on the risk of a meltdown. meltdown. u-s experts say used nuclear fuel rods that were covered wwth the air...heating up.......and sending out lots of radiation. the japanese military dumping water on it using mmlitary pelicopters "i think the workers at this site are involved in a heroic endeavour because there is at least fragmentary evidence that in some places on this site there are life threatening doses of radiation. so i think they are doing enormously heroic work." diverting flights away from tokyo, because of concerns about radiation a student from towsoo university is still trying to flee from japan.she's been in tokyo since august with a student exchange program. while her mom back here maryland... woories and waits. melinda roeder explains what phey're doing to bring her back home. home. 08:33:12 "she's been wanting to go to japan since middle school."remembering happer times... cynthia jacob searches through her daughters pictures... posted online. 08:52:55 "that's my dandy girl."memories captured duringg her last few months of studies at tokyo in
...// to.... protect...// u-s.../ service--men.../ over.../ ther/ there.../ they have already survived the 5th largest earthquake in modern history and a tsunami that devoured everytting in its path. now hundreds of thousands of survivors facc nuclear exposure and health dangers that may not appear for years. edano says "eleven thousand micro sievert of radiation exposure is the equivalent of the amount of exposure you get in a yeer if you live a normal life. if you stay in that place for onn hour, you may be exposed to 11,000 soowee certtinly havv to cautiously radiation is leaking from two nuclear reactors along the pacific coast, that were heavily damaged by the earthquake. on tuesday another explosion shookkthe region, damaging a containment pool and exppsing part or all of the nuclear fuel rods inside. pan says "we urge peoole within 20-30 kilometers range to stay indoors, such as their houses or in their offices, considering what could happen to the reactors now."priir to the warning from prime minister kan, 700000 people had already evacuated the area, yokota sa
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